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Luxury waterfront, four-season home less than one hour from Manhattan, minutes
from skiing and golf. This magnificent property was constructed by a master builder
with extraordinary attention to detail, quality and craftmanship. With a custom boathouse
featuring an expansive dock created for lounging on the water, as well as accommodating
multiple boats, kayaks, paddleboards and jet skis.

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Enjoy lake life at its finest on the home’s commanding wraparound deck featuring a custom electric awning, gourmet outdoor Viking kitchen, and an 8-person hot tub flanked by privacy shrubs. This home features a custom-built deep water boathouse with boat lift, expanded custom dock for entertaining (and lounging!), with 24′ sea ray sport boat and 3 person ski doo.

This open-concept home encompasses indoor/outdoor living at its best. On the home’s main level, the chef’s kitchen consists of custom cabinetry and copper farm sink which complements the high-end Sub Zero appliances, warming drawer, wine fridge and built-in Miele coffee machine. Sunlight spills into the vaulted oak ceiling dining room, which opens to a warm living room with a private balcony, anchored by a large stone gas fireplace. French doors separate the media room perfect for movie or game night. All main level rooms lead out to a spectacular deck with expansive, jaw-dropping lake views, creating the ultimate in comfort and natural beauty.

The covered, outdoor professional Viking kitchen is a chef’s dream incorporating a wet bar, large gas grill, double burners, infrared griller, refrigerators, icemaker, ceiling fans, heaters and tv. As you cook, your guests will relax on the outdoor oversized couch, covered by a retractable custom awning in the summer, or snuggling under a blanket by the gas firepit in the winter.

Wake up to stunning lake sunrises from your private second-level balcony in the vaulted master suite with a spa sized master bathroom, featuring a clawfoot soaking tub. The master bath also includes private laundry, a custom wood dual vanity, private water closet, and a stylish walk in shower. The master suite is topped off with his and her closets and wide plank wood flooring.

Two more bedroom suites, a well appointed bathroom, second laundry room, and large game room on the home’s lower level complete this 4 level home. The lower level is equipped with an additional walk out to a private patio.

Enjoy space and utility with a heated 3 car garage, large bonus/theater room with full bath, whole home generator, and much more!

Proximity + Access + Outdoors

Unique Features

Incredible lake front views. Spa like master bath. Outdoor gourmet kitchen. Deep water boat house. Whole home generator. Heated garage.

Lake Hopatcong

New Jersey’s largest lake up to 50 feet deep, multiple acclaimed dockside restaurants and bars, waterfront markets, boardwalk, Byram Cove, fishing and boating!


Minutes to Routes 80, 15, 23, 46 and The Lake Hopatcong Station For New Jersey Transit Rail into NYC.


Around the corner from Hudson Farm, a 3,800 acre outdoor shooting club. And situated a short car ride from North Jersey’s premiere golf courses, ski resort and more.


A Picturesque Lake Side Community Nestled On The Cove With World Class Boating and Outdoor Activities.

Lake Hopatcong is the largest freshwater body in New Jersey, about 4 square miles in area. Located 30 miles from the Delaware River and 40 miles from New York City, the lake forms part of the border between Sussex and Morris counties in the state’s northern highlands region. Lake Hopatcong was produced by damming and flooding of two ponds, known as the Great Pond and Little Pond, and the Musconetcong River, its natural outlet. Historically known as a resort lake for vacationing New Yorkers, it is now a mostly suburban residential lake.

Lake Hopatcong is now mostly a residential lake whose few public access points include Hopatcong State Park and Lee’s County Park Marina. Most of the shoreline is privately owned by individual lakefront residents, homeowner or community associations, or private businesses (e.g., restaurants and marinas). Unlike most lakes in New Jersey, Lake Hopatcong has bars and restaurants that are accessible directly by boat. Popular tourist attractions on the lake include the Hopatcong State Park, The Lake Hopatcong Historical Museum, and the Lake Hopatcong Yacht Club.

Dockside Dining and Drinks

Offered at $6,500 per week

Nick Ralph

p. 866-535-0894 ext. 701

e. [email protected].